Tim Nault has practiced in civil litigation since 2010, when he graduated magna cum laude from Gonzaga University School of Law. He works tirelessly to achieve the best results for his clients under the circumstances.
Tim began his career as a judicial law clerk, including a clerkship with then-Chief Judge Rosanna Malouf Peterson of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Washington. Tim served as Notes/Comments Editor for Gonzaga Law Review and as a member of Gonzaga’s National Moot Team while in law school.
Tim also completed a judicial externship with Judge Kevin M. Korsmo of the Washington Court of Appeals and a two-year internship with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Washington. He worked on matters in federal trial and appellate courts and had the opportunity to present oral argument before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals as a law student.
Tim currently practices before state and federal trial courts throughout Washington, the Washington Court of Appeals and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Since joining Kirkpatrick & Startzel, he has represented municipalities, business entities and individuals in a wide range of litigation matters. He is also an adjunct instructor with Gonzaga Law School, where he coaches its National Moot Court Team. He has presented on matters of the law in continuing legal education seminars and has been published in professional journals. Tim has a demonstrated history of success in all aspects of his client representation.